Download links and information about Talahomi Way by The High Llamas. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 36:13 minutes.
|Artist:||The High Llamas|
|Genre:||Electronica, Rock, Pop, Alternative|
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|2.||Wander, Jack Wander||3:40|
|3.||Take My Hand||2:34|
|4.||Woven and Rolled||3:08|
|5.||The Ring of Gold||4:11|
|7.||Fly Baby, Fly||3:00|
|9.||To the Abbey||3:17|
|10.||A Rock In May||3:20|
|12.||Calling Up, Ringing Down||3:43|
As anyone who has followed the career of Sean O’Hagan can tell you, he lives to find the subtle spaces in the music to pour in his love for the Beach Boys, Van Dyke Parks and Burt Bacharach. Talahomi Way is O’Hagan’s easy listening album. It features bossa nova beats, airy woodwinds and strings that evoke Nelson Riddle as much as anything by Parks. The album is a beaut. If anyone has a right to the music of the Mad Men era, it’s a careful scholar like O’Hagan, who with Microdisney, Stereolab and the High Llamas has explored this terrain with authority. “Woven and Rolled” has a horn section adding brightness to this mix of acoustic guitars, strings and halting beats. “The Ring of Gold” strolls past with a spring breeze that reminds one of the glories of stereophonic recordings. There’s a slight rockabilly twinkle to the light and fluffy “A Rock In May.” The album is packed with retro-surprises. But it suffers not from a nostalgic eye. O’Hagan is merely exploring a genre that has yet to be exhausted.